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Subjunctive in Spanish – the cheat sheet

Spanish_Cheat_Sheet_Subjunctive_Tenses-200w All you need to know about the subjunctive in Spanish condensed into two quick and easy reference pages.

  • What is the difference between the subjunctive and the infinitive?
  • Which verbs use the subjunctive only in the negative and interrogational forms?
  • Which 6 categories of verbs make up the nominal clauses?
  • Can you name the 6 conjunctions that ALWAYS use the subjunctive?
  • When using the verb ‘decir’, when is it necessary to use the subjunctive?

Presente de Subjuntivo

Verbos Regulares
Verbos Irregulares
Cláusulas Nominales
Usos de Cláusulas Nominales
Cláusulas Impersonales
Cláusulas Adverbiales
Cláusulas Indefinidas y Negativas

Imperfecto de Subjuntivo

Verbos Regulares
Cláusulas Nominales
Usos de Cláusulas Nominales
Cláusulas Impersonales
Cláusulas Adverbiales
Cláusulas Indefinidas y Negativas

Presente Perfecto de Subjuntivo

Pasado Perfecto de Subjuntivo

Keep a copy of this PDF file on your smart phone, another copy on your laptop and print out a copy for use in your Spanish class.

An indispensible reference sheet for students studying the subjunctive in Spanish.

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  1. Kathleen March
    February 10, 2011 at 5:46 am

    The subjunctive is not a tense – it is a mood. That needs to be clear.

  2. October 23, 2012 at 8:37 pm

    A lot of the answers to your quiz questions on the conditional tense are not right and some don’t correspond to question. Something needs fixing. conditional tense often is the “ria” , like haria, iria, etc. I think.

    • October 24, 2012 at 8:16 am

      Thank you for letting us know. We have removed it while we try and figure out what was going wrong.

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